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Larvae are fat, dirty white grubs with brown heads, up to 3/4 inch long, often found in sod.
Japanese Beetles Adults are metallic blue-green, ½-inch beetles with bronze wing covers, while larvae are fat, white grubs with brown heads.
Check the soil under declining spots for plump white grubs and treat as needed. 24.
The general rule for treating for white grub worms is that your application of insecticide (when needed) should be made in mid-summer.
Armed with a new fishing pole purchased at Walmart and some little white grubs — his go-to bait in new waters — Henson went to the dock by the Edgewater Hotel and caught a smallmouth bass.
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